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  • Using archaeological expertise and modern technology, a University of Kentucky team led by Paolo Visonà and George Crothers discovered a Roman settlement and possible prehistoric site in northern Italy. To map structures below the surface, Crothers and UK students used a magnetometer and ground penetrating radar.
    Photo courtesy of UK School of Art and Visual Studies.
    Using archaeological expertise and modern technology, a University of Kentucky team led by Paolo Visonà and George Crothers discovered a Roman settlement and possible prehistoric site in northern Italy. To map structures below the surface, Crothers and UK students used a magnetometer and ground penetrating radar.
  • Paolo Visonà, of the University of Kentucky, works with an Italian archaeologist to uncover the base of a Roman funerary altar.
    Photo courtesy of UK School of Art and Visual Studies.
    Paolo Visonà, of the University of Kentucky, works with an Italian archaeologist to uncover the base of a Roman funerary altar.
  • University of Kentucky students work with Italian colleagues cleaning ceramics found at the site.
    Photo courtesy of UK School of Art and Visual Studies.
    University of Kentucky students work with Italian colleagues cleaning ceramics found at the site.
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